Category: Christian Life

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Do You Love God’s Word?

One of the first books to come off the printing press when it was invented was the Bible. And it’s still the world’s best-selling book. An anonymous author has written: ‘It contains the mind of God, the state of man,...

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Science and the Bible (6)

The Bible detailed the original blueprint for shipbuilding. In Genesis, God told Noah to build a 1.5-million-cubic-foot ship and fill it with enough people and animals to repopulate the earth. And the specific dimensions God gave Noah turned out to...

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Science and the Bible (5)

The Bible addresses the first law of thermodynamics (known as the Law of Conservation of Energy), which states that while energy can be changed from one form to another, it can’t be created or destroyed. This law disproves Sir Fred...

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Science and the Bible (4)

The Bible talks about the water cycle. ‘All the rivers run into the sea, yet the sea is not full; to the place from which the rivers come, there they return again.’ Every day the Mississippi River dumps approximately 420...

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Science and the Bible (3)

The Bible predicted modern telecommunications. Does that sound incredible to you? If so, consider this verse: ‘Can you send out lightnings, that they may go, and say to you, “Here we are!”?’ Fifteen hundred years before Christ, in the book...

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Science and the Bible (2)

The Bible tells us the earth is round. ‘It is He who sits above the circle of the earth.’ The word circle comes from a Hebrew word which can also be translated as ‘circuit’. The book of Isaiah was written...

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Science and the Bible (1)

To say that true science and the Bible are contradictory is simply not so. If there’’s even one chance in a million that God, heaven, and hell are true, wouldn’’t you want to know? After all, one day you’’re going...

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God’s remedy for stress

Are you feeling stressed? Is your mind clouded with worries? If so, God wants to relieve your stress. Read the following Scriptures slowly and prayerfully: ‘ I will take refuge in the shadow of your wings until the disaster has...

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Confide Carefully

If you need help with a problem in your personal life, your family, or your career, keep the following things in mind: 1) Bad news is often remembered longer than good news. Long after you have resolved the issue and...

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Shame-based thinking (2)

Shame grows in the dark, but once you expose it to the light of God’s Word, it loses its grip on you. Feelings can be so fickle. And often they’’re triggered by everyday things like a familiar song, the mention...